With so many people transitioning to vegan and plant-based diets — especially among younger generations — college dining services find themselves playing catch-up with the burgeoning demand. Year after year, Boston University Dining Services has been upgrading its vegan offerings to accommodate its ever-growing vegan clientele. In fact, BU earned an A on peta2’s Vegan […]

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All Boston University freshmen have to live on campus. Your experience can differ based on where you end up living, from West Campus all the way to East. If you choose to move off campus into an apartment next year, you miss out on an opportunity to upgrade to some higher quality dorms. So here’s […]

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The year is winding down, and while it may be exciting to get done with finals, it’s still sad to say goodbye to your home. Boston University has provided us with so many opportunities to study, explore Boston and make meaningful friendships. It wouldn’t be right to leave without saying goodbye. Here are the 6 […]

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It’s been a little over two years since the Class of 2019 received their acceptance letters to Boston University and finalized their decision to join the College of General Studies. Around 300 of those students were admitted to the CGS January Boston-London Program. This program would allow the students to take their fall semester off […]

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Boston University offers a variety of different colleges for everyone. However, these schools do not come without stereotypes and the best way to address stereotypes is to talk about them through food. Here are what some colleges at BU would be if they were food. College of Communication A souffle. The College of Communication may […]

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On Saturday, I went to a volunteer project organized by Boston University’s Global Days of Service at a local farm. The project partnered with The Food Project, which provides local food to nearby neighborhoods. The farm was located in Dorchester and it was such a beautiful day to do some farm work outdoors. I felt […]

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It’s the last month of the spring semester and classes are starting to wrap up to a close. For some of us, that means we’re confident that we will survive through the final stretch, but for others, it means that we only have one more month to get our act together. So here’s a little […]

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It’s 2017 and it seems like negativity is on the rise. It feels like no matter what is going on, there’s always something to complain about. But as we head toward the end of the semester, I want to focus on positivity and being grateful. There’s always some light in the dark, some reason to […]

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With finals season coming around, work tends to pile up and it can be hard to stay focused at all times. Sometimes not studying can be a good thing, especially when you need to clear your head or get other things done. Procrastination doesn’t have to be a bad thing if you do it right, […]

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